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Mission To Mate

theatre · sati productions/colin mitchell · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States

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ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 16, 2012
If it was just the third scene, bit expanded, I felt as if this would have been a much better show. Definitely could have done without the dancing. ... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 17, 2012
I loved it! I especially enjoyed Alla as the Russian cellist. Both Alla and Michael had outstanding performances. All parts brought me in touch with my emotions. I want to see it again.... full review
JOHN MITCHELL uncertified reviewer June 18, 2012
Delicious! Can't wait to see the futurist story expanded in a kickass series!... full review
MICHAEL BAUER uncertified reviewer June 24, 2012
Best play (that I saw) at this year's Fringe festival. The concept is very original, acting/actors are magnetic. The performance is put together amazingly, overall. I laughed out loud during this play many times! :) ... full review
COOKIE MONSTER uncertified reviewer June 20, 2012
I really enjoyed the characters and story line. Alla's performance was easily felt as she employs so much passion into her characters. Michael's characters although a bit more subdued than Alla's come through as well as I could sense his characters desperation and quiet strengths as he confronted Alla's at times vigorous energy. The blend of their individual characters was an interesting blend but the two performers made it work very well. Check it out!... full review
JACQUETTA SZATHMARI uncertified reviewer June 20, 2012
I walked away from this three act piece thinking "wow this author really knows women". From the opening lines I was engaged and ready to go along with whatever was thrown at me and I was not disappointed. The acting was strong, the staging satisfying, and the script danced easily between comedy and drama-with some light sci-fi thrown as a bonus. The actors clearly have created a different and special chemistry in each of the pairs that they portray on stage. The third act was my favorite and if I had the time I would sneak back in to see it again because it warrants a second look. So pay close attention to act 3 and enjoy.... full review
KAT PRIMEAU certified reviewer June 11, 2012
Pure theatrical foreplay, Mitchell's three movements teased and enticed and left me feeling all hot and bothered. Seriously. It was a sensation built throughout the production, and not fully realized until I left the theatre for the light of day, but sex was there in all of it's awkward, funny, over-powering glory. Alla Poberesky's husky voice lends to a commanding and sensuous performance, which was pleasantly grounded by Michael Sanchez' candid dweebiness in an overall sharply-written, strongly acted production. ... full review